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Why President Trump needs to appoint a science advisor immediately
More than six months into his presidency, the 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump has not yet appointed a science advisor and has displayed no definitive signs of doing so. The White...
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What do researchers think about the publishing system globally?
Would you like to know researchers’ perspectives about the journal publishing system? Then download this free interim report of a large-scale survey Editage Insights is conducting. Don't miss the...
Career Advancement
How researchers can choose the right career path
The most important career question a researcher faces is that of choosing between exploring non-research-based positions and continuing with research. A non-academic career may not be entirely...
Publication Ethics
Combating new developments in academic misconduct
Traditionally the province of rogue individuals, academic misconduct has entered a new era in which third parties are exploiting submission loopholes to manipulate the peer review process....
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What do researchers really want?
As researchers, we often have to deal with the impending threat of funding cuts. What if you make a major breakthrough in your research, but your funding grant is suddenly revoked? Just thinking...
Career Advancement
How to choose the right funding option at different stages of your academic career
Getting grants is vital for researchers to carry out their research. Most researchers, particularly the early career researchers, may feel confused about which grants they should apply for. This...
Type 1 diabetes vaccine headed for clinical trials
Finnish researchers have been working for decades to develop a prototype...
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Since 1983 David A. Pendlebury has been a citation analyst at Clarivate Analytics, formerly the Intellectual Property and Science business of Thomson Reuters. After undergraduate and graduate studies in ancient history, David began working as a translator and indexer at the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI), which was acquired by Thomson Reuters in 1992, and worked with ISI founder Eugene Garfield on his personal research projects. In 1987, he developed the Research section pages of the newspaper The Scientist. Two years later, he joined the company’s Research Services Group and helped launch the newsletter Science Watch. As a member of the Research group, he helped design and develop Clarivate Analytics Essential Science Indicators, a database that provides publication and citation data on performance and trends in global research. Additionally, David has extensive experience of working with federal agencies, academic institutions, corporations, and science publishers worldwide.

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